IzSound manual

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Table of Contents

I. Understanding IzSound
1. Introduction
IzSound overview
Internet resources
Licensing
2. The DSP units
Overview
Making it work
Implementing your DSP units
II. Examples
3. Making a DSP unit
The header file
The implementation file
4. Using some DSP units together
Playing a pitched sound
Playing with the connections
III. IzSound bindings
5. Python
Overview
Example
A. Third-party code

List of Figures

2.1. A DSP unit
2.2. A typical DSP chaining
4.1. Playing a pitched sound - DSP chain
4.2. Playing with the connections - DSP chain

List of Tables

1.1. Licensing constraints, depending on the DSP that are built in IzSound